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Formula One: Victorious Vettel Learns from Past Failure

Sebastian Vettel revealed after winning the Japanese Grand Prix that his failure to win in Suzuka two years ago helped him succeed this time.
The German finished behind Jenson Button and another popular character with Formula 1 betting fans, Fernando Alonso, in Japan two years ago when he struggled to maintain his pace towards the end of the race.

However, there were no mistakes from the Red Bull ace at Suzuka this time as he used a two-stop strategy to finish seven seconds faster than his team-mate Mark Webber.

Vettel, who is virtually assured of a fourth successive world title after opening up a 90-point lead over Alonso at the head of the standings, said: "We had a similar race in 2011 where I came in first and I was under enormous pressure at the end of the race and got passed by two cars.

“So, this time, we did it the other way around and we had enough pace in the car to look after the tyres and control the race.
"It was not easy to make the two-stop work - especially in the middle stint - but I think the first stint was crucial to make the decision to stay out in the second stint and decide for the two-stop."

Vettel had to overcome a sluggish start to the race before claiming his fifth victory in a row as he was overtaken by Romain Grosjean on the first lap.

He started second behind Webber, but slipped to third at the start as Grosjean surged into the lead after starting from fourth on the grid.
Vettel narrowly avoided front-wing damage at the start after being clipped by Lewis Hamilton, who was forced to retire after suffering a puncture in the incident.

However, Vettel responded to win the race, much to the delight of his fans who bet on F1, with Webber second, Grosjean third, Alonso fourth and Kimi Raikkonen fifth.



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